Modern Bathroom by Paul Vetrov: Wood, Stone and Shadows

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This modern bathroom has been designed by the ukrainian designer Pavel Vetrov. The project uses environmental materials, emphasizing the wood and stone that give elegance, warmth and comfort. In the evening, the play of lights stands out the diversity of textures and materials, the bathroom becoming a relaxation area. The project realized in 2015 was based on the use of Villeroy & Boch brand of sanitary supplies: Aveo bathtub, Sentique toilet and bidet, L’Aura shower system.

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This modern bathroom represents a lodge to enjoy the bathroom, thanks to extravagant pieces of furniture. You will probably think that a bathroom can not fit leather sofa or chair, but when you consider that room as your oasis of relaxation, all that becomes logical. Sinks in this area have the design of the waterfall, which contributes to the whole elegant atmosphere.

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About Pavel Vetrov
Pavel Vetrov was born in 1987 in Ukraine. He is a graduate designer specialized in furniture and interior design with almost a decade of professional experience, including commissioned projects from famous brands such as Bolia, Missana, Temahome, Zegen and other. Among the 70 plus awards in design he has amassed throughout his career is the Red Dot Award, German Design Award. His works has been shown, mentioned and analyzed in the most important magazines around the world, including Forbes, Elle, Vogue, Le Figaro, among others, and he is an assiduous participant of all European design shows, namely Imm Cologne, Salone del Mobile Milano, London Design Fair, Paris Design Week and Maison & Objet.

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